rates and dates

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Rates include float plane airfare from Whitehorse, all meals and accommodations while at the lodge, daily housekeeping, use of our boats, motors and tackle, Booking service for commercial airfare is also available upon request at no extra charge.

Our schedule is based on Air Canada's for the convenience of our guests, specifically on the flight that arrives at 2 pm daily from Vancouver. Using this flight means most of our guests can depart home in the morning and arrive at Wolf Lake on the same day around 4 pm.

Guests arriving on this flight proceed directly to Alpine Aviation, and after a short orientation with the pilot depart for Wolf Lake. Your adventure begins with a breathtaking 45 minute flight over several mountain ranges and valleys brings you to the dock at Wolf Lake.

On their day of departure, guests leave Wolf Lake around 4:30 pm, and have the opportunity to spend the night in Whitehorse. Guests can then choose to leave Whitehorse early in the morning the next day, or spend the day taking in the many sights of this historic town.

We're happy to assist you with travel and hotel arrangements at no extra cost, or providing suggestions of the sights to see in while you are in the area. Please let us know how we can be of assistance!

The following is a short list of items that you may wish to consider bringing with you:

  • Warm clothing - suggest one pair of jeans and a heavy sweater and a wind proof jacket as a minimum. Dressing in layers is recommended.
  • Rain gear - it usually only rains if you don't bring it!
  • Hat for sun/rain protection and a pair of gloves. Lightly insulated rubber gloves are warm, waterproof and gentle on the fish
  • Insect repellent, sunscreen, lip balm and sunglasses (polarized work well for spotting fish in the water)
  • Swim suit for the hot tub
  • Fly fishing gear - we do have a limited supply of fly gear for guests to try, however any fly fisherman with a special attachment to their own gear are encouraged to bring it along!
  • Don't forget the camera!

What's included in your stay at Wolf Lake Lodge:

  • Round trip airfare from Whitehorse, YK
  • Hearty breakfasts to start your day, lunches either at the river or back at the lodge and three course 5 Star Wilderness Cuisine for dinner in the evening
  • Cabins with queen and twin size beds, including all linens and towels, private washrooms
  • Daily housekeeping service
  • Use of our tackle and fully equipped new 16 foot Crestliner boats with Honda 4 stroke motors, padded swivel seats, Humminbird Helix 5 fish finders, and rod holders
  • Satellite high speed internet

What's not included:

  • Commercial airfare to Whitehorse
  • Hotels in Whitehorse, although we are happy to arrange on your behalf
  • Alcoholic beverages while at the lodge. We have a great selection of wine, beer and spirits at reasonable prices.
  • Fishing License (available on line)

*For safety reasons we are unable to accept bookings of less than 2 people.

2019 Dates
June 12-16 - 4 days/nights  BOOKED
June 16-22 - 6 days/nights  BOOKED
June 22-28 - 6 days/nights - limited availability

June 28-July 4 - 6 days/nights - limited availability

July 4-8 - 4 days/nights
July 8-14 - 6 days/nights

July 14-20 - 6 days/nights

July 20-24 - 4 days/nights

July 24-30 - 6 days/nights - BOOKED

July 30-Aug 9 - 10 days/nights BOOKED


4 days, 4 nights: $3,800  per person
6 days, 6 nights: $4,400  per person
8 days, 8 nights: $5,000  per person

*Based on double occupancy

Longer stays available upon request
GST (tax) of 5% is not included and will be added to the invoice.

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All bookings require a non-refundable deposit of $1,000 per person in order to confirm dates, with the balance due April 1. While deposits are non-refundable, they are transferable to another date (subject to availability) or another person within 24 months.

We pride ourselves on delivering a trip-of-a-lifetime experience. 

Full service angling for trophy Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling and Northern Pike